How To Shop In your Closet – Step 3
Does this style of clothing look familiar? Perhaps you even have a few pieces in your own closet? Have no fear, because you are not alone. Almost all of my wardrobe styling client’s have clothes from the 80’s and/or 90’s, and each one wonders if they are the only ones that do. As entertaining as the 80’s and 90’s were in terms of fashion, there truly are very few, if any, pieces that one should save and continue to wear other than for a theme party.
Pretty much all of your clothes should have been bought in a year starting with a 2, and those are the only pieces you should be wearing and have hanging in your closet. I am not talking about wearable vintage pieces, but the things that are simply taking up space in your closet and drawers and not allowing you to clearly see what you have that is wearable and flattering for you to choose from when putting outfits together.
Take some time to pull out of your closet the clothes that are keeping you in the past. Not only do they age you unnecessarily, but they also keep you from seeing what you have and need.
For some more tips on getting your closet to work for you rather than against you, please read my article 8 Steps to Get Your Closet Ready For Fall | career-intelligence.com
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